Time line

The purpose of this table is to create a chronological index of events relevant to Kangaroo Island's history.

Date / Category / Event / Notes / Link

1770 Capt. James Cook landed eastern Australia in H.M.S. Endeavour


1788, January 26 First fleet of 11 ships arrives Sydney Cove Established the penal colony that became the first European settlement in Australia.


1798 Flinders and Bass in the sloop Norfolk circumnavigated Van Diemen’s Land, proving it to be an island, and opening up a route to southern Australia


1801, March Matthew Flinders circumnavigates continent, which he names ‘Australia’


1802, March 22 HMS Investigator Matthew Flinders lands at Kanguroo Head (Christmas Cove)


1802, April 8 Matthew Flinders (Investigator), Nicolas Baudin (Le Geographe) encounter each other in Encounter Bay


1803 Le Geographe (2nd visit) (January) Baudin circumnavigated K.I., Frenchman’s rock inscribed at Aise de Sources


1803 Union (for 4 months), captain Isaac Pendleton Independence built by American sealers based in American River.


1804 Foundation of Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, as a British colony


1806 (approx) "Joseph Murrell & 6 crew stranded" Sealers dropped off at the N.E. end of KI at Murrell’s Landing (Harvey’s Return)


1809 Eliza collects Murell + 2, returns to Port Jackson with skins


1810 Endeavour of Sydney, Endeavour of Norfolk Salt, seal skins


1812 Elizabeth and Mary collected KI salt, returned to Sydney in June


1812 Campbell Macquarie arrives Nepean Bay


1813 Henry Fifer, sealer, from "Elizabeth and Mary" (or "Campbell Macquarie"?) Still on KI 1817

- Hallett Shueard “Forgotten Men” 2013 page 218 http://ehlt.flinders.edu.au/projects/counterpoints/Proc_2002/A9.htm

1817 Henrietta, Rosetta, Spring arrive Hobart with KI salt and skins


1818 ‘Governor’ Henry Wallen (aka Wallan) established a farm in the Cygnet River Valley


1818 (approx.) Abyssinian Jack (John Anderson) sealer, reported as living on KI for 14 years


1819 Jupiter, Captain Ainswworth Salt and skins, C.Feen (Chief Officer) and Samuel Tomlins drowned at Bay of Shoals.


1819 Governor Macquarie Captain Sutherland on Kangaroo Island (see 1831)


1820 Little Mary, Captain James returns from KI to Sydney


1824 Nathaniel Walles Thomas from the brig Nereus Tasmanian aboriginal wife Betty


1824 George ‘Fireball’ Bates, established a farm in Hog Bay


1826 Population "Upwards of 200 souls vegetating on this convenient spot. 30 men and 40 black women, independent of a numerous progeny, contrive to make themselves quite comfortable in their snug retreat."


1827 Nathaniel Walles (Nat) Thomas established a farm at Creek Bay


1827 Major Lockyer reports on Kangaroo Islanders "'a complete set of pirates, ..., having their chief resort or den at Kangaroo Island,..


1830 Charles Sturt explores Murray River


1831 Captain Sutherland writes glowing account of his 1819 visit influencing the SA Coy to establish the capital on K.I.


1831, April 29 Collett Barker killed by natives Murray Mouth


1831, December 20 Elizabeth, Capt John Hart, Nepean Bay

1834 George Meredith (later murdered) Aboriginal wives Big Sal and Suke.


1834, August 15 South Australia Act (1834) passed by British Parliament


1835 William, cutter, William Thompson disembarks and joins Waller


1836, February 19 Letters Patent enabling the South Australian Act establishing the Province of South Australia


1836, June 14 Capt John Hindmarsh received commission as Governor of SA


1836, July 27 Duke of York arrives Nepean Bay


1836, July 30 Lady Mary Pelham arrives Nepean Bay


1836, August 19 John Pirie arrives Nepean Bay


1836, August 20 Rapid arrives Nepean Bay


1836, September 11 Cygnet arrives Nepean Bay


1836, September 24 Samuel Stephens, Charlotte Beare married aboard the John Pirie

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Stephens_(Colonial_Manager) \

1836, September 27 John Pirie departs Kingscote headed for Hobart Town to collect supplies.

Hobart Town Courier, 9 December 1836, p2

1836, October 5 Emma arrives Nepean Bay


1836, November 4 Africaine arrives Nepean Bay


1836, November 7 John Rapid Hoare birth Rapid Bay


1836, November 20 Tam O'Shanter arrives Nepean Bay


1836, December 24 Buffalo arrives Port Lincoln


1836, December 28 Buffalo arrives Holdfast Bay


1836, December 28 Proclamation of the commencement of the colonial government at Glenelg


1837 David MacLaren Manager, SA Coy to 1841


1837, January 12 Coromandel arrives Nepean Bay, and stayed about 3 days


1837, January 16 William Hutt arrives Nepean Bay from London, went aground, one passenger Matthew Peary PIESSE, departs 22 Jan 1837 for Holdfast Bay. The same year Matthew married Margaret Eliza CLARK(E) who arrived a little earlier on the Africaine.


1837, February Jeremiah Calnan (Africaine) dies at sea Encounter Bay


1837, February 7 John Renwick arrives Nepean Bay


1837, March 5 John Pirie departs Kangaroo Island bound for Hobart Town for more supplies.

1837, March 9 Lucy Beare nee Loose dies, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1837, April 22 South Australian arrives Nepean Bay en route to Holdfast Bay


1837, May Regia from Sydney to Adelaide


1837, May Lord Hobart from the Cape, with cattle, to Pt Adelaide


1837, May 4 Schah (Shah) en route to Holdfast Bay from England


1837, June 20 Death of King William IV of England.

1837, June 21 Princess Victoria proclaimed Queen

1837, October 16 Hartley arrives Nepean Bay, carrying the William Giles family

1837, October 14 Maria Kleeman, nee Helm dies at sea on Solway, buried Pioneers Cemetery


1837, October 15 Solway, Katherine Stewart Forbes, Hartley at Nepean Bay


1837, November 30 Navarino at Nepean Bay dropping off several passengers before proceeding to Holdfast Bay 6 December 1837. Barque under the command of Captain Christopher Abel Warming and carried 217 passengers of which 151 were adults and 66 were children.

Pioneers Association of South Australia

1838, January 15 Royal Admiral direct from Falmouth 16w 1d arrives Nepean Bay for 2 days


1838, June 10 Vice-Regal. Governor Hindmarsh visits Kingscote Arrived on the Pelorus. Entertained by W. Giles.


1838, July 14 Governor Hindmarsh recalled replaced by Lt-Colonel George Gawler


1838, July 25 Duke of Roxburghe en route to Holdfast Bay discharged Enoch Essex, wife and child, and a single man


1838, October 12 George Gawler, 2nd governor arrives on 'Pestonjee Bomanjee'


1838, November 9 Ship Bengalee carrying first Prussian settlers. Then to Port Adelaide 16 Nov.


1838, December 20 Ships Prince George, Goshawk ballasting in Nepean Bay


1839 SA Company HQ moved from Kingscote to Adelaide


1839, February 18 Samuel Giles dies age 9y, buried Pioneers Cemetery


1839, July 18 Edward Hollingworth Giles dies age 8m, buried Pioneers Cemetery


1839, October 6 Col. William Light dies at Thebarton


1840, January 18 Samuel Stephens, manager SA Coy to 1837 dies from falling from horse


1841, May 10 Governor Gawler recalled, replaced by George Grey until 1845 Colonization Commission bankrupt


1843 John Ridley invented reaping machine radically changed farming methods


1844 Kapunda copper mining started


1845 Burra Burra copper mining (to 1877)


1845, October 25 Governor (until 1848) Lt-Col. Frederick Holt Robe


1846, January 9 Elizabeth Beare dies of burns, at Netley, buried West Terrace Cemetery


1847 Ship 11 ton cutter William wrecked at Penneshaw Built American River c.1844 by Wm. Wilkins and Wm. Walker


1848, August 2 Governor (until 1854) "Sir Henry, E.F. Young"


1851 Gold discoveries in Victoria creating labour shortage; wheat demand increased


1851 Census Kangaroo Island 85 males 33 females, total 118


1851, September 12 Ship Reliance arrives, en route to Port Adelaide.


1852, January 16 Cape Willoughby lighthouse light exhibited


1853. November 25 Shipwreck Osmali, D'Estrees Bay


1854 John Buick settles at American River, establishing a farm and orchard


1855, June 8 Governor (until 1862) "Sir Richard G. MacDonnell, CB."


1856 Event - SA South Australia became a self-governing colony ratification of a new constitution by the British parliament


1856, April Robert (Henry) "Governor" Wallen dies Adelaide, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1857 Event - SA Waste Lands Act 1857 set out conditions for sale of Crown Land


1858 Samuel Reeves, infant son of Augustus dies, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1858, January 27 Torrens Title - Real Property Act 1858 reforms in registering and conveyancing freehold title of land in S.A.


1859 Faith, Hope and Charity cottages built by Charles and Michael Calnan


1859, July 5 P.&O. steamer Salsette arrives Nepean Bay from Southampton en route to Melbourne


1859, July 13 Cape Borda lighthouse light exhibited


1860 Wallaroo copper mining started


1860, May 21 Shipwreck Fides, nr Snug Cove


1861, November 6 Thomas Hudson Beare dies, buried Myponga.


1862, March 4 SA Governor (until 1868) Sir Dominick Daly


1862, October 27 Harriet Granger (wife of George) dies, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1869 Strangways Act 1869 (amendment of Waste Lands Act) applied credit purchase to defined ‘agricultural areas’ in SA


1871, May 26. Vice-regal visit. The Right Honourable Sir James Fergusson Bt

1874 Hundred of Dudley proclaimed


1874 County Carnarvon, proclaimed


1875, December 25 Submarine cable to Normanville project completed in 6 days


1876, August 13 Cape Borda to Kingscote overland cable connecting to Adelaide


1877 Land Selection : Dundas, Menzies, Haines, and Cassini


1877, May 15 Shipwreck Emily Smith, South K.I.


1878 Hundred of Menzies proclaimed


1880, May 15 Telegraph line completed between Cape Willoughby and Kingscote, enabling communication to the mainland.

Latest News. (1880, May 15). Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), p. 2. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197740103

1881, May 9 George Granger dies, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1882, January 13 Hog Bay becomes Penneshaw, Government Gazette


1882, January 20 Large bush fires on K.I.

FIRES ON KANGAROO ISLAND. (1882, January 20). The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), p. 2 (SECOND EDITION). http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article208254148

1882 French gunboat, The Governor Bruat, called into K.I., bound for New Caledonia, and was not reported to the authorities, speculating rumours.

HEADS OF INTELLIGENCE. (1882, November 11). The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889), p. 6. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article33626910

1882, December 28 the town of Maxwell was proclaimed. The name of the town was changed to Emu Bay in December 1941.

1883 Land Hd Haines proclaimed


1883 Event - KI New Kingscote Cemetery Pioneers cemetery ceded by SA Coy


1884 Land Hd Cassini proclaimed


1884 SA Drought and poor harvests created an economic depression


1884 John Bernard ANDERSON and George Wilson RUTHVEN Publicans of Queenscliffe Hotel.

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1884, April 14 Shipwreck Mimosa, Stokes Bay


1884, July 8 Sarah Mary Paris (nee Chennell) wife of George dies, burial Pioneers Cemetery


1885, January 9 Vice-regal. Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson GCMG visits K.I.

HIS EXCELLENCY VISITS KANGAROO ISLAND. (1885, January 9). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 5. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44546964

1885, June 16 Shipwreck Mars, off Western Bay


1885, October Event - KI Ligurian Bees Bill establishing a sanctuary for Ligurian bees on KI


1886 Event - SA Crown Lands Consolidation Act 1886 consolidate and amend the Law relating to Crown Lands


1887, September 16 BDM / Personal Lucy Beare (nee Bull), Thomas H. Beare's 2nd wife dies, buried North Road cemetery


1888, January 5 Event - KI District Councils Act 1887 - District Council of Kingscote initially comprised the entirety of Kangaroo Island


1888, June 7 Event - KI Proclamation of District Council of Dudley "severed" from the District Council of Kingscote


1889, January 26 Shipwreck Maldon Lewis, off Point Morrison


1890 Proposal for erection of a Chamber for Kingscote Council. (Opened 1898)

Kelly, D. G., 1988. People and Places and Serious Business, p. 176

1890, June 14 Shipwreck You Yangs, East of K.I.


1894 S.A. parliament passes Act for the franchise to women. They voted for the first time in the election of 1896.


1895, February Large bush fires on Kangaroo Island.


1895 Population estimated at ninety souls, all told.


1896 Matilda ANDERSON, Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1897, December 3. Vice-regal. Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton Bt GCMG visits Kingscote.

THE GOVERNOR AT KANGAROO ISLAND. (1897, December 11). Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), p. 17. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87767442

1899 Boer War to May 1902

1899, April 24 Shipwreck Loch Sloy, Maupertius Bay


1901, January 1 Federation of Australia S.A. ceased to be a self-governing colony and became a state of the Commonwealth of Australia.

1901, January 22 Death of Queen Victoria

1901, December 25 John Bernard Anderson prop. Queenscliffe Hotel, dies


1902 Australia Drought


1902, May 30 Samuel O'HARA, Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1902, September 9 James OLDS (Jnr), Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1902 Flinders Obelisk erected

Kelly, D. G., 1988. People and Places and Serious Business, p. 176

1903, February. Vice-regal. Lord Tennyson, Governor of Australia 1899-1902 visits American River, Hog Bay.

RETURN OF LORD TENNYSON. (1903, February 16). The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), p. 1. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article208947874

1903 Approval for name of Queenscliffe to revert to original name - Kingscote. [Official change in 1940]

Kelly, D. G., 1988. People and Places and Serious Business, p. 176
Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 177

1903-08-09 Henry AYRIS, Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1905 Shipwreck Loch Vennachar, between 6 Sep - 29 Sep


1906 Hundred of MacGillivray proclaimed


1906, November 18 Shipwreck Montebello, west Stunsailboom River


1907, October 9 Matilda ANDERSON, Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1908 Royal Commission (to 1911) upon the necessity for a railway through K.I.


1908, March 7 K.I. Railway proposal. Deputation to the Commissioner of Crown Lands rebuffed - "The country had not been sufficiently tested". Bad news for the Islanders, particularly the farmers in the new hundreds of MacGillivray and Seddon.

The Kangaroo Island Railway Question. (1908, March 14). The Kangaroo Island Courier (Kingscote, SA : 1907 - 1951), p. 4. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article191639496

1908 Land Hundred of Seddon proclaimed


1908 Land Farmers and property owners. See list of names in the newspaper article


1908, September 18 Kingscote Golf Club inaugural meeting


1908, March 10 Charles Alfred ANDERSON, Queenscliffe Hotel

Source: Pubs and Publicans, Bob Hoad

1908, November. Vice-regal. Sir George Le Hunte, in the Governor Musgrave visits Vivonne Bay, Cape de Couedie, Hog Bay and Kingscote.

NEWS OF THE DAY. (1908, November 26). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), p. 6. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57002323

1909, February 18 Vice-regal visit to Kingscote by Governor-General and Lady Dudley

Vice-Regal Visit to Kangaroo Island. (1909, February 20). The Kangaroo Island Courier (Kingscote, SA : 1907 - 1951), p. 4. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article191630172

1909 Hd Duncan, Hd Ritchie, Hd Newland proclaimed


1909 Cape du Couedic lighthouse light exhibited


1910 Land Hundred of McDonald proclaimed


1910, July 5 KI Floods


1910, November 28 Vice-regal Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet GCVO KCB opens new Kingscote jetty. Opens inaugural K.I. Show, Kingscote.

Kangaroo Island Courier (Kingscote, SA : 1907 - 1951), Saturday 3 December 1910, page 3COUNTRY SHOWS. (1912, November 30). Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931), p. 53. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article163087579

1912, November 21 Vice-regal Vice-regal Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet GCVO KCB opens 2nd K.I. show, Kingscote; visits American River and Vivonne Bay. Returned to Adelaide 26 November 1912.

KANGAROO ISLAND SHOW. (1912, November 25). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), p. 10. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59240711

1914, January. Vice-regal visit. Vice-regal Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet GCVO KCB

KANGAROO ISLAND. (1914, January 24). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), p. 7. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57180352

1914, August 4 Start of WW1 - Britain declared war on Germany

1914-1915 Drought "Driest in KI History"


1915 Settlement of Returned Soldiers ...Act 1915


1915, July 26 Shipwreck Vera, near jetty, Cape De Couedic


1917, April 7. Vice-regal. Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Lionel Galway KCMG DSO fishing holiday. Returned to Adelaide 16 April.

PERSONAL. (1917, April 18). Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924), p. 5. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article212169847 PERSONAL (1917, April 16). Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), p. 4. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article105401289

1918, August 28 Ozone Hotel destroyed by fire


1919, October Flinders Chase. After a 27-year advocacy campaign, and periodic dedication of land by the government, in October 1919 the South Australian parliament established Flinders Chase as a nature reserve on the western end of the island. Flinders Chase provides a protected environment for the island’s unique flora and fauna and a sanctuary for mainland species threatened with extinction.


1919, Dec - Jan Vice-regal. Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Lionel Galway KCMG DSO visits K.I. on farewell tour.

PERSONAL (1920, January 7). Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924), p. 6. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article212483623

1922, May 20 KI Kangaroo Island Football Association incorporation


1923, April 7. Vice-regal, Lieutenant General Sir George Tom Molesworth Bridges KCB KCMG DSO, visits K.I.

GENERAL NEWS. (1923, April 11). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), p. 8. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37304826

1924, March 26. Vice-regal visit, Lieutenant General Sir George Tom Molesworth Bridges KCB KCMG DSO

PERSONAL (1924, March 26). Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924), p. 6. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article212255976

1927, January. Vice-regal visit, Lieutenant General Sir George Tom Molesworth Bridges KCB KCMG DSO

SEA SCOUTS (1927, January 12). News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), p. 4 (HOME EDITION). http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article129201463

1928 Telephone connection to Adelaide

Kelly, D.G., 1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 177

1929, January. Vice-regal visit. Brigadier the Honourable Sir Alexander Gore Arkwright Hore-Ruthven VC KCMG CB DSO.

MINISTERS RETURN (1929, February 1). News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), p. 6 (STUMPS EDITION). http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article129220919

1931 Hundred of Gosse proclaimed


1932 Great Depression Aust. unemployment record 30%


1933 Seven new leases granted in Hundreds of Duncan and Gosse

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 177

1934, July 19 Penneshaw Golf Club inaugural meeting


1936, November 7 Vice-regal. The Governor, Sir Winston Dugan, unveiled the Pioneers memorial at Kingscote during centenary celebrations. Returned to Adelaide 12 November.

Viceregal Tour In Kangaroo Island (1936, November 3). News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), p. 8. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article132040645

1939 First road sealing

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 177

1939, September 1 WW2 Germany invaded Poland

1940 Maxwell and Emu Bay recognised as Emu Bay.

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 178

1945 War Service Land Settlement Agreement Act 1945


1946, November 7 Vice-Regal visit by His Excellency Lieutenant General Sir Charles Willoughby Norrie KCMG CB DSO MC and Lady Norrie

Visit of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Norrie to Kangaroo Island. (1946, December 20). The Kangaroo Island Courier (Kingscote, SA : 1907 - 1951), p. 3. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article191435791

1947 Population 1479


1951, July 26 Soldier Settlement Scheme; Parndana established . 174 families came to live in the area, almost doubling K.I.'s population by 1954. Huge work involved in clearing the land, with Council (Burdon was overseer) laying the new roads. Last new blocks in Hd of Borda settled in 1964.


1953, November 19-21 Vice Regal visit. Air Vice Marshal Sir Robert Allingham George KCMG KCVO KBE CB MC

Governor Pilots K.I. Plane (1953, November 19). Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), p. 11. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article93986653

1954 Population 2522


1960 Hundred of Borda proclaimed


1961 Pardana oval opened. MV Troubridge service begins; end of Karatta service 50 years. Premier Playford advises dam will be built on Middle River. [opened 1964 by R. Wheaton OBE; works completed 1969]

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1962 Proposed that EFS units acquire radios for fire control

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1963 Anderson family leave the Queenscliffe Hotel (1878-1963)

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1965 Submarine cable laid to mainland providing electric power


1966 Land bought in Kingscote for Homes for Aged

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1968 Community farewell men leaving for Vietnam

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1969, July 27 Reeves Point land given to Council by Roy Carter

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1971 Acquisition of "Hope Cottage" by National Trust

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1978 Trunk calls end on KI - all will be local

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 179

1979 State Emergency Services group formed

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 180

1981 Hurricane causes much damage to a portion of Kingscote

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 180

1987 Troubridge service terminated; Island Seaway service commences

Kelly, D.G.,1988. People, Places and Serious Business, p. 180

1991 Event - Australia Economic slump forced farmers to diversify


1996 Kingscote and Dudley Councils amalgamated to create the Kangaroo Island Council

1998 Event - KI Penneshaw reverse-osmosis seawater desalination plant


2011 Population 2011 Census 4417


2015, April Vice-regal. His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO visits K.I.


2019, December 20 - 2020, January Devastating fires destroyed much of Kangaroo Island, and claiming two lives.

2020, Jan 7 Governor General David John Hurley, AC, DSC, FTSE visits K.I.


2022, July 27. Vice-regal. Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC. She also visited Penneshaw on April 6.

https://www.governor.sa.gov.au/vice-regal-activity/speeches/wednesday,-27-july-2022 https://www.governor.sa.gov.au/vice-regal-activity/vice-regal-news/news/wednesday,-6-april-2022

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